The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

The University of Chicago’s Independent Student Newspaper since 1892

Chicago Maroon

An installation view of youre muted at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts.

“youre muted”: BA Thesis Show Gives Voice to Student Artists

By Jad Dahshan / June 2, 2021

Currently installed at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, this year’s B.A. Thesis Exhibition sits dormant as the campus population waits for the University’s stay-at-home order...

Graduating third year Devin Haas, reflecting on his journey writing Its Curtains.

Soundcloud Rappers, Serial Killers, and Song

By Natalie Manley, Contributor / June 2, 2021

What do you get when you throw an annoying Soundcloud rapper into a murder mystery? Or when, a kooky librarian, the rapper’s crazy ex-girlfriend, two young lovers, and a serial killer all live on...

Fourth-Years Enter an Uncertain and Competitive Graduate School Application Cycle

By Lukian Kling / June 2, 2021

For graduating fourth-years planning to go to graduate school, completing this quarter will represent but a small break in their academic careers. As the pandemic bears on and other life circumstances...

The Maroon’s Mix n’ Match: A Four-Year Retrospective

By The Maroon Staff / June 2, 2021

Compiled by Pranathi Posa   2017-18: GSU Celebrates Win, Admin Says Legal Fight Continues (October 19) Graduate students overwhelmingly voted to unionize after years of organization, with...

Senior Column: One Thread Throughout the Before and After Times

By Oren Oppenheim, News Editor / June 2, 2021

What ties together my time at the University of Chicago? I’ve been thinking over that question a lot as I crawl, in denial, towards the end of my undergraduate years here. But it’s tough to...

Former Members of The Maroon Share Their Plans for After Graduation

By Ryan Owyang / June 2, 2021

As an unusual academic year winds to a close, graduating students are faced with a set of odd circumstances in planning what they’ll do after convocation. We caught up with four former members of...

Rereading My Relationship With UChicago

By Alexa Perlmutter / May 3, 2021

In my first three years of college, I read Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl three times. First, it was in my first-year Humanities sequence, Reading Cultures. A new...

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